PLDT Launches Android-Powered TelPad
Telecommunications giant Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) has just unveiled the PLDT TelPad for myDSL subscribers. The PLDT TelPad is a 7-inch Android 2.2 tablet running on a 1Ghz Cortex A8 processor and can be used to make and receive phone calls and access the internet.
"We are reshaping the future of the landline and we are starting to bring it to the market now," Napoleon L. Nazareno, PLDT president and chief executive officer, said. "We are proud that the PLDT TelPad was conceptualized and developed here in the Philippines using world‐class technology."
Users of TelPad can download applications from the Google Android Market and has a built in 2GB internal memory. The TelPad also features an SD card slot for expandable memory and a 2MP front camera for video conference or photos.
"We've packed the PLDT TelPad with features that will dramatically change how we use landlines," Eric R. Alberto, PLDT Senior Vice President, said.
The PLDT TelPad comes bundled with Plan 1849 that also includes a 1Mbps connection and landline service. Existing PLDT myDSL customers need to add P500/month to upgrade to the TelPad plans.
Other available packages:
Plan 2099 at 1.5 Mbps
Plan 3095 at 2.5 Maps
Plan 4100 at 3.5 Mbps
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